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On a hot, windy "red-flag"-warning Labor Day in 2007, a spark on Plumas County forestland ignited a conflagration that would ultimately char 65,000 acres in northeastern California. Hundreds of firefighters needed more than two weeks to contain the so-called Moonlight Fire, which killed 15 million trees — some of them more than 400 years old — and reduced 46,000 acres of public land to moonscape.
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